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« Reply #405 on: February 10, 2020, 05:04:28 PM »

Princess Feodora of Saxe-Meiningen (Feodora Viktoria Auguste Marie Marianne)(1879 – 1945) was born at Potsdam, the only child of Bernhard III, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen, and his wife, Princess Charlotte of Prussia (the eldest daughter of Frederick III, German Emperor, and Victoria, Princess Royal). Feodora was the first great-grandchild of Queen Victoria. In 1898 she married Prince Heinrich XXX Reuss of Köstritz (1864-1939).  The couple had no children. Feodora suffered most of her adult life from ill health, describing it as "the old story" of her life. Like her mother and maternal grandmother, Feodora's illnesses included dizziness, insomnia, nausea, various pains, paralysis, constipation, and diarrhoea. She underwent several operations to treat her illnesses and alleviate her infertility, each without success. In the 1990s, the historian John Röhl and his colleagues Martin Warren and David Hunt found Feodora's grave in Poland, exhuming the body for DNA analysis in the belief that it would reveal signs of the genetic disease porphyria, which it did.


Princess Feodora of Denmark (Feodora Louise Caroline-Mathilde Viktoria Alexandra Frederikke Johanne) (1910 – 1975) was a Danish princess as a daughter of Prince Harald of Denmark (and princess Louise of Sweden) and granddaughter of Frederick VIII of Denmark. As the wife of her 1st cousin Prince Christian of Schaumburg-Lippe she became a Princess of Schaumburg-Lippe by marriage (married in 1937). Feodora and Christian had four children.

Lady Feodora Georgina Maud Gleichen (1861-1922) was a British sculptor of figures and portrait busts and designer of decorative objects. Born Countess Feodora Georgina Maud von Gleichen, she was the eldest daughter of Prince Victor of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (a British naval officer and sculptor, and half-nephew of Queen Victoria) and his morganatic wife, Laura Seymour, a daughter of Admiral Sir George Seymour, a remote nephew of Henry VIII's Queen Jane Seymour. Within her family she was called Feo. Her father having been largely disinherited at the time of his marriage, he initially adopted his wife's morganatic comital title. In 1885, the Court Circular announced the Queen's permission for Feodora's mother to share her father's rank at the Court of St James, and henceforth they were known as TSH Prince and Princess Victor of Hohenlohe-Langenburg. But the Queen did not extend that privilege to their four children, although she confirmed use of their German style as count and countesses. During World War I Feodora abandoned her German titles, accepting demotion by the King to the style and rank of a marquess's daughter, by Royal Warrant of Precedence, pursuant to the King's dynastic reform of titles and names during establishment of the House of Windsor in 1917. She didn't marry and has no known issue.


Princess Feodora of Leiningen (Anna Feodora Auguste Charlotte Wilhelmine)(1807 – 1872) was the only daughter of Emich Carl, Prince of Leiningen (1763–1814), and Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (1786–1861). Feodora and her older brother Carl, 3rd Prince of Leiningen, were maternal half-siblings to Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. She is a matrilineal ancestress of Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden and of Felipe VI of Spain. Feodora enjoyed a very close relationship with her younger sister Victoria, who was devoted to her, although Victoria resented the fact that Feodora was one of only a few other children with whom she was allowed regular interaction. In early 1828, Feodora married Ernst I, Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (1794–1860). Feodora and Ernest had six children (three sons and three daughters).


Princess Feodora of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (Feodora Victoria Adelheid)(1839 – 1872) was a daughter of Ernst I, Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg and Princess Feodora of Leiningen. By her marriage to Georg of Saxe-Meiningen, she would become Duchess of Saxe-Meiningen upon his accession to the ducal throne in 1866. They had three sons.

Princess Feodora of Saxe-Meiningen (Feodora Karola Charlotte Marie Adelheid Auguste Mathilde)(1890-1972) was the eldest child of Prince Friedrich Johann of Saxe-Meiningen, a younger son of Georg II, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen, and Countess Adelaide of Lippe-Biesterfeld, a daughter of Ernst, Count of Lippe-Biesterfeld. 1910 in Meiningen, Feodora was married to Wilhelm Ernst, Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1876 – 1923), as his second wife. The couple had 4 children. Feodora's marriage was unhappy; the Weimar court was generally considered to be one of the most stifling and etiquette-driven in Germany.
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Dmitry (Russian: Дми́трий); Church Slavic form: Dimitry or Dimitri (Дими́трий); ancient Russian forms: D'mitr(iy) or Dmitr (Дьмитр(ии) or Дъмитръ) is a male given name common in Orthodox Christian culture, the Russian version of Greek Demetrios (Δημήτριος Dēmētrios [ðiˈmitrios]). The meaning of the name is "devoted to, dedicated to, or follower of Demeter" (Δημήτηρ Dēmētēr), "mother-earth", the Greek goddess of agriculture.

Short forms of the name from the 13th-14th centuries are: Mit, Mitya, Mityay, Mit'ka or Miten'ka (Мить, Ми́тя, Митя́й, Ми́тька, or Ми́тенька); from the 20th century (originated from the Church Slavic form) are: Dima, Dimka, Dimochka, Dimulya, Dimusha etc. (Ди́ма, Ди́мка, Ди́мочка, Диму́ля, Диму́ша, etc.)


Dmitry Donskoi (1350–1389), Grand Prince of Muscovy

Dmitry of Pereslavl (1250–1294), Grand Prince of Vladimir-Suzdal

Dmitry of Suzdal (1324–1383), Prince of Suzdal and Nizhny Novgorod

Dmitry of Tver (1299–1326), nicknamed "The Fearsome Eyes"

Tsarevich Demetrius (1582–1591), the youngest son of Ivan the Terrible
Later impostors claimed to be this son:
- False Dmitry I (Grigory Otrepyev), appeared 1605–1606
- False Dmitry II, appeared 1607–1610
- False Dmitry III appeared 1611–1612

Grand Duke Dimitri Pavlovich of Russia (Russian: Великий Князь Дмитрий Павлович (1891 – 1942) was a son of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich of Russia, a grandson of Tsar Alexander II of Russia and a first cousin of Tsar Nicholas II. He was the second child and only son of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich and his first wife, Grand Duchess Alexandra Georgievna of Russia, born Princess Alexandra of Greece and Denmark.  Alexandra, was seven months pregnant with Dimitri when, while she was out with friends, she jumped into a boat, falling as she got in. The next day, she collapsed in the middle of a ball from violent labor pains brought on by the previous day's activities; Dimitri was born in the hours following the accident. Alexandra slipped into a coma from which she never emerged. She died of eclampsia six days after Dmitri's birth. Although doctors had no hope for Dimitri's survival, he still lived, with the help of his uncle Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich of Russia, who gave the premature Dmitri the baths that were prescribed by the doctors, wrapped him in cotton wool and kept him in a cradle filled with hot water bottles to keep his temperature regulated, the treatment of the time to keep premature babies alive. Grand Duke Paul was so distraught by the unexpected death of his young wife that he left for abroad, initially neglected his two small children: Dimitri and his older sister Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna. The children were cared for by Paul's elder brother, Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich, who had no children of his own. Once he recovered emotionally, Grand Duke Paul settled with his children in his palace in St Petersburg. A commander of the Imperial horse Guards, Grand Duke Paul loved his children, but as was customary at the time, he refrained from showing them spontaneous affection. Dimitri and his sister were raised by governesses and tutors, but they adored their father who visited them twice daily. The children spent Christmases and later some summer holidays with Grand Duke Sergei and his wife Grand Duchess Elisabeth Feodorovna. The couple set aside a playroom and bedrooms for the youngsters at their country home, Ilinskoe. Dimitri was involved in the killing of Rasputin. The direct result of his involvement in the December 1916 assassination was to be exiled to Persia. In Tehran, he lived briefly with General Meidel, then the head of the Persian Cossack Division, before being taken in by the British Minister to Tehran, Sir Charles Murray Marling, and his wife, Lucia. Marling became an important father figure to Pavlovich, and the relationship there established between Pavlovich and the entire Marling family would prove to be a close and enduring one. It was Sir Charles who, by persuading the British Foreign Office in 1918 that Pavlovich would become the next Emperor of Russia, gained his admission to England after many previous rejections. He was the only Romanov permitted to live in England, but he moved to Paris after two years. Pavlovich's sister, Marie, had, like many aristocratic Russians in exile, found a niche for herself in the rising Paris fashion industry by founding a business called "Kitmir" that specialized in bead and sequin embroidery and did much work for Chanel. Pavlovich himself found work as a Champagne salesman. In 1926 Pavlovich married an American heiress, Audrey Emery morganatically, and she was granted the title Her Serene Highness, Princess Romanovskaya-Ilyinskaya by his cousin, Grand Duke Cyril. Pavlovich and Audrey were divorced in 1937. The two had a son, Paul Romanovsky-Ilyinsky, who grew up in France, Britain and the United States; he served as a US Marine in the Korean War. In 1989, he was elected Mayor of Palm Beach, Florida, and thus became the only Romanov descendant known to have held elected public office. Following the fall of communist Russia in 1991, a delegation of Russian royalists approached him and asked him to assume the title of Tsar, which he declined.


Grand Duke Dmitry Konstantinovich of Russia (Russian: Дми́трий Константи́нович (1860 – 1919) was a son of Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich and a first cousin of Alexander III of Russia. He was the third son and fifth child of Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolayevich of Russia and Grand Duchess Alexandra Iosifovna, born Princess Alexandra of Saxe-Altenburg.


Prince Dimitrije "Dimitri" of Yugoslavia (1958), also known as Dimitri Karageorgevich or Dimitri Karađorđević, is founder, president and creative director of the jewelry firm bearing his name, Prince Dimitri Company. He was formerly senior vice president of the jewelry department of the Sotheby's auction house. He was named to the International Best Dressed List's Hall of Fame in 1994. Prince Dimitri and Prince Michael of Yugoslavia are the first set of twins born to Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia and his first wife, Princess Maria Pia of Savoy, the eldest daughter of Umberto II of Italy in 1958. He never married and has no known issue.


Dimitri Romanovich Romanov (Russian: Дмитрий Романович Романов)(1926 – 2016) was a descendant of Russia's former ruling dynasty, a banker, philanthropist, and author. He was also a claimant to the headship of the Imperial House of Russia. At his death, the male line of the Nicholaevich branch of the Romanov family died out. Dimitri Romanovich Romanov was in 1926 as the second son of Prince Roman Petrovich of Russia and Countess Praskovia Sheremeteva. Through his paternal lineage, he was a great-great grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia (1796–1855) and his consort, Princess Charlotte of Prussia, who founded the Nikolaevichi branch of the Russian Imperial Family. Romanov was married twice. His first wife was Johanna von Kauffmann (1936–1989), whom he married in 1959. After being widowed in 1989, he married Dorrit Reventlow (born 1942) in 1993. His second marriage was the first time a Romanov had been married in Russia since the fall of the dynasty. He had no known issue from both marriages.


Prince Dimitri Aleksandrovich Jorjadze (Russian: Дмитрий Александрович Джорджадзе Georgian: დიმიტრი ჯორჯაძე) (1898 – 1985) was a Georgian nobleman, Ambassador Hotel executive and race car driver. He was a member of the Georgian nobility of Tbilisi from the Jorjadze family, who became exiled after the overthrow of Tsarist Russia and the subsequent Bolshevik takeover. He was married twice. His first wife was Audrey Emery, the American-born former wife of Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich of Russia;he married her in 1937. The marriage ended in divorce. He married, secondly, in 1954, to Sylvia Ashley, a onetime English showgirl who was the former wife of Major Lord Anthony Ashley-Cooper and Clark Gable, and the widow of Douglas Fairbanks, Sr.


Prince Dmitri Alexandrovich of Russia (1901 – 1980) was the fourth son and fifth child of Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich of Russia and Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna of Russia. He was a nephew of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia. In 1931 he married Countess Marina Sergeievna Golenistcheva-Koutouzova (1912 –  1969). The couple had one daughter. In 1947 he divorced Princess Marina who moved with their daughter to the United States. In 1949 she remarried Otto de Neufville (1898–1971), a descendant of a French-German aristocratic family. In 1954 he married his second wife, who was the Dowager Lady Milbanke, née Margaret Sheila MacKellar Chisholm (1898 –  1969). No children were born of this marriage.

Prince Dimitri della Torre e Tasso (1977) Son of Carlo Alessandro, Prince della Torre e Tasso, 3rd Duke of Castel Duino and Veronique Lantz. Married in 2017 2017 Jonkvrouw Elinor de Pret Roose de Calesberg (1981). They have 2 sons.

Dimitri (Georgian: დიმიტრი; Russian: Дмитрий Юлонович Грузинский, Dmitry Yulonovich Gruzinsky)(1803 – 1845) was a Georgian prince (batonishvili) of the House of Bagrationi, the youngest son of Prince Iulon of Georgia and his wife, Princess Salome née Amilakhvari. He died unmarried, without issue.


Prince Dimitri Alexandrovich Obolensky (1882 – 1964) was a Russian nobleman, landowner and marshal of the nobility who after the October Revolution and the Russian Civil War became a night watchman and a taxi driver in Paris. Obolensky was descended from the 9th century Varangian chieftain Rurik, founder of the Rurik dynasty, and from Igor I, Svyatoslav I, and St Vladimir of Kiev, as well as from the 13th century St Michael of Chernigov. The son of Prince Alexander Dimitrievich Obolensky (1847–1917), by his marriage to Countess Anna Alexandrovna Polovtzova (1862–1917). In 1905 Obolensky married firstly, Countess Helene Bobrinsky (1885–1937), daughter of Count Alexander Alexandrovich Bobrinsky. They had two sons and a daughter: Alexander, (1906), Andrei (1907–1969), and Helena (1909–1978). In  1916 the marriage ended in a divorce. In 1917 he married secondly, in Moscow, Countess Maria Shuvalova (1894–1973), a daughter of Count Paul Pavlovich Shuvalov and Countess Alexandra Ilaryonovna Vorontzova-Dashkova. His "brief, unhappy marriage" quickly came to an end with a divorce in 1921. His second wife soon married Count Andrey Tolstoy, settling with him in Nice. In 1923 Obolensky married thirdly Natalya Feodorova (1894–1952), a young woman originally from Simbirsk. This marriage also ended ultimately in divorce, before Natalya's death in 1952.


Sir Dimitri Obolensky FBA FSA (1918 - 2001) was a Russian-British historian who was Professor of Russian and Balkan History at the University of Oxford and the author of various historical works. The son of Prince Dimitri Alexandrovich Obolensky (1882–1964) and Countess Maria (Shuvalova) (1894–1973).
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« Reply #407 on: February 10, 2020, 08:10:36 PM »

The Germanic first or given name Richard derives from the old Germanic words "ric" (ruler, leader, king, powerful) and "hard" (strong, brave, hardy), and it therefore means "strong in rule".Nicknames include "Richy", "Dick", "Dickon", "Dickie", "Rich", "Richie", "Rick", "Ricky",and others.

"Richard" is a common male name in many Germanic languages, including English, German, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Icelandic, and Dutch. It is also often used as a French, Irish, Scottish, Welsh, Finnish, or Estonian name.


Richard, Duke of Burgundy (died 921)

Richard I, Duke of Normandy (933-996)

Richard II, Duke of Normandy (died 1026), son of Richard I of Normandy

Richard I of Capua (died 1078), King of Capua and Count of Aversa

Richard I of England or Richard the Lionheart (1157–1199)

Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall (1209–1272), elected King of Germany

Richard II of England (1367–1400)

Richard III of England (1452–1485)


Richard fitz Gilbert (before 1035 – c. 1090), Norman lord involved in the conquest of England

Richard de Clare, 6th Earl of Gloucester (1222–1262)

Richard Óg de Burgh, 2nd Earl of Ulster (1259–1326)

Richard Orsini (died 1304), Count Palatine of Cephalonia and Zakynthos, Count of Gravina, Bailli of Achaea

Richard Neville, 5th Earl of Salisbury (1400–1460), Yorkist leader in the Wars of the Roses

Richard of York, 3rd Duke of York (1411–1460), a principal participant in the Wars of the Roses

Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick (1428–1471), wealthy English magnate and major protagonist in the Wars of the Roses

Richard of Shrewsbury, 1st Duke of York (1473 – c. 1483), who would have been King Richard IV of England if he had lived

Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of Burlington (1694–1753), instrumental in the revival of Palladian architecture

Richard Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-Grenville, 2nd Duke of Buckingham and Chandos (1797–1861), noted for squandering his great wealth

Richard Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-Grenville, 3rd Duke of Buckingham and Chandos (1823–1889), British soldier, politician and administrator

Prince Richard von Metternich (1829-1895), Austrian diplomat, son of the illustrious diplomat Prince Klemens von Metternich

Richard, 6th Prince of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg (Richard Casimir Karl August Robert Konstantin)(1934 – 2017), German-Swedish aristocrat and landowner, husband of Princess Benedikte of Denmark. He was the eldest son and child of Gustav Albrecht, 5th Prince of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, a highly decorated German army officer declared missing in 1944 yet only legally declared dead in 1969, and Margareta Fouché d'Otrante, a descendant of Napoleonic statesman Joseph Fouché.Richard was raised in Sweden with his maternal grandfather, the Duke of Otranto, at Elghammar Castle. He attended the boarding schools Viggbyholm and Sigtuna. Richard married Princess Benedikte of Denmark (1944) in 1968. The couple had 3 children, 1 son and 2 daughters.


Count Richard von Pfeil und Klein-Ellguth (1999) son of Princess Alexandra of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg (1970) and her 1st husband Count Jefferson von Pfeil und Klein-Ellguth (1967). In maternal line a grandson of Count Jefferson von Pfeil und Klein-Ellguth and princess Benedikte of Denmark.

Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester (born 1944), British royal, grandson of King George V and 1st cousin of Queen Elizabeth II His father was Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester, the third son of George V and Queen Mary. His mother was Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester (née Lady Alice Montagu Douglas Scott), a daughter of the 7th Duke of Buccleuch and Lady Margaret Bridgeman. At the time of his birth, he was fifth in the line of succession to the throne and second in line to his father's dukedom, behind his brother, Prince William of Gloucester. He is 27th in line to the throne as of May 2019. William died in 1972 when the plane he was piloting crashed at Halfpenny Green near Wolverhampton. Richard then became heir apparent to his father's dukedom and inherited it two years later on the death of the first duke. In 1972, Prince Richard married the Danish-born Birgitte van Deurs. They have 3 children.
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« Reply #408 on: February 10, 2020, 08:39:19 PM »

Previously in other RD topics and online there were comments about the relatively unusual names of the grandchildren of princess Anne. But there are more unusual names in the further British family.

Senna Kowhai and Tāne Mahuta, the respectively daughter and son of Lady Davina Elizabeth Alice Benedikte Windsor (1977), known as Lady Davina Lewis between 2004 and 2018 and her New Zealander husband Gary Christie Lewis (1970). The couple married in 2004, their children born in resp. 2010 and 2012, divorced in 2018.

Xan Richard Anders Windsor, Lord Culloden  and Lady Cosima Rose Alexandra Windsor the respectively son and daughter of Alexander Windsor, Earl of Ulster (1974) and his wife Claire Alexandra Booth (1977)


Columbus George Donald Taylor and Cassius Edward Taylor, sons of Lady Helen Windsor (1964) and her husband Timothy Taylor
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« Reply #409 on: February 11, 2020, 01:05:38 AM »

What I have always liked is that WA named all three daughters to a Queen Regnant, after which he followed (as the first male king over a century). His mother, grandmother and greatgrandmother.

Catharina-Amalia Beatrix Carmen Victoria (Amalia)

Alexia Juliana Marcela Laurentien

Ariane Wilhelmina Máxima Ines
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« Reply #410 on: February 11, 2020, 02:59:08 PM »

Royals who have a given name or a nick name which refers to flowers:

Princess Margriet of the Netherlands (1943); third daughter of former Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard, younger sister of former Queen Beatrix. Margriet is the Dutch name for a daisy (a marguerite to be precise)

Queen Margrethe II of Denmark's nickname among family and friends is 'Daisy'. The nickname was originally linked to her maternal grandmother Crown Princess Margreta of Sweden (née Princess Margaret of Connaught).  As princess Margreta was known amongst her British family as 'Daisy'.


Isabella Lily Juliana Van Vollenhoven (2002) Daughter of Prince Bernhard Lucas Emmanuel of Orange-Nassau, van Vollenhoven and his wife Annette Sekrève. Her second name Lily: Lilium (members of which are true lilies) is a genus of herbaceous flowering plants growing from bulbs, all with large prominent flowers. Lilies are a group of flowering plants which are important in culture and literature in much of the world.

Lady Iris Mountbatten (1920 – 1982) was an English actress and model, and a member of the Battenberg/Mountbatten family. She was a great-granddaughter and the youngest great-grandchild of Queen Victoria. Iris is also a genus of 260–300 species of flowering plants with showy flowers. It takes its name from the Greek word for a rainbow, which is also the name for the Greek goddess of the rainbow, Iris.

Princess Iris Hildegard Sophie Margit Gisela of Saxony (1955). The daughter of Prince Georg Timo Michael Nikolaus Maria of Saxony (1923 -1982) and his 1st wife Margrit Lucas (1923-1957). See above with regard to flower Wink

Mary Tudor, Queen of France (1496–1533), sister of King Henry VIII of England, was known as "Mary Rose"

Lady Rose Gilman (1980), member of the British Royal Family. 2nd daughter of Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester and  Birgitte van Deurs. Married to George Gilman.


Rose Constance Leveson-Gower, Countess Granville (née Bowes-Lyon)(1890 – 1967) was the third daughter of the 14th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne by his wife, Cecilia Cavendish-Bentinck, and an elder sister of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother.

Princess Margaret Rose of GB (Countess of Snowdon) (1930-2002) he younger daughter of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, and the only sibling of Queen Elizabeth II.

Marguérite is the French form of Margaret. This is also the French word for the daisy flower (species Leucanthemum vulgare).

Margaret, Countess of Anjou or Marguerite d'Angou (1273–1299), Countess of Anjou and Maine in her own right and Countess of Valois, Alençon, Chartres and Perche by marriage

Marguerite, bâtarde de France (1407–1458), illegitimate daughter of King Charles the Mad and his beloved mistress Odette de Champdivers, later legitimized by her half-brother Charles VII

Margaret of Bourbon (1438–1483) or Marguerite de Bourbon, Princess of Savoy by marriage

Marguerite III de Neufchâtel (1480–1544), German-Roman monarch as Princess Abbess of the Imperial Remiremont Abbey in France

Marguerite de Navarre (1492–1549), princess of France, Queen of Navarre and Duchess of Alençon and Berry

Margaret of France, Duchess of Berry or Marguerite de Valois (1523–1574), daughter of King Francis I of France

Margaret of France (1553–1615) or Marguerite de Valois, wife of Henry IV of France and Navarre

Marguerite of Lorraine (1615–1672), princess of Lorraine and Duchess of Orléans by marriage

Marguerite Louise d'Orléans (1645–1721), Grand Duchess of Tuscany by marriage

Princess Marguerite Adélaïde of Orléans (1846–1893), princess of France and, by marriage, princess of the House of Czartoryski
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Maria is a feminine given name. It is given in many languages influenced by Latin Christianity. It has its origin as the feminine form of the Roman name Marius (see Maria (gens)), and, after Christianity religion has spread across the Roman empire, it became the Latinised form of the name of Miriam: Maria, mother of Jesus (or in English Mary)

Maria of Borovsk (1418-1484), wife of Vasily II of Moscow and mother of Ivan III of Russia

Maria of Tver (1442-1467), first wife of Ivan III of Russia and mother of Ivan the Young

Maria Vladimirovna of Staritsa (1560-1610), cousin of Ivan IV of Russia; wife of Magnus, King of Livonia, and was the last known descendant of Zoe Palaiologina

Maria Temryukovna (1544–1569), second wife of Ivan IV of Russia

Maria Dolgorukaya (died 1580), seventh wife of Ivan IV of Russia

Maria Nagaya (died 1608), eighth wife of Ivan IV of Russia

Maria Grigorievna Skuratova-Belskaya (died 1605), wife of Boris Godunov

Maria Buynosova-Rostovskaya (d. 1626), second wife of Vasili IV of Russia

Maria Dolgorukova (1601–1625), first wife of Michael I of Russia

Maria Miloslavskaya (1625–1669), first wife of Alexis I of Russia

Maria Feodorovna (née princess Sophie Dorothea of Württemberg) (1759–1828), wife of Paul I of Russia

Maria Alexandrovna (née princess Marie of Hesse) (1824–1880), wife of Alexander II of Russia

Maria Feodorovna (née princess Dagmar of Denmark) (1847–1928), wife of Alexander III of Russia. Mother of the last tsar Nicholas II of Russia.

Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia (1786–1859), daughter of Paul I of Russia

Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia (1799–1800), daughter of Alexander I of Russia

Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna of Russia (1819–1876), daughter of Nicholas I of Russia

Grand Duchess Maria Mikhailovna of Russia (1825–1846), daughter of Grand Duke Michael Pavlovich of Russia

Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia (1853–1920), daughter of Alexander II of Russia

Duchess Marie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1854–1920), wife of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich of Russia as Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia, called "the Elder"

Princess Maria of Greece and Denmark (1876–1940), wife of Grand Duke George Mikhailovich of Russia as Grand Duchess Maria Georgievna of Russia

Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia (1890–1958), daughter of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich of Russia, called "the Younger"

Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna of Russia (1899–1918), daughter of Nicholas II of Russia

Grand Duchess Maria Kirillovna of Russia (1907–1951), daughter of Grand Duke Cyril Vladimirovich of Russia

Maria Vladimirovna, Grand Duchess of Russia (born 1953), great-granddaughter of Alexander II of Russia, pretender to the title Empress of Russia The only child of Grand Duke Vladimir Kirillovich of Russia and Princess Leonida Bagration-Mukhrani.


Princess Maria Pia of Bourbon-Parma (née Princess Maria Pia of Savoy)(1934) is the eldest daughter of Umberto II of Italy and Marie-José of Belgium

Princess Marie-José of Belgium (1906-2001) The youngest child of King Albert I of the Belgians and his consort, Duchess Elisabeth in Bavaria. Married Crown Prince Umberto of Italy, with whom she had 4 children. She was the last Queen of Italy. Her 35-day tenure as queen consort earned her the nickname "the May Queen".

Maria of Montferrat (1192–1212), queen regnant of Jerusalem, daughter of Isabella I of Jerusalem and Conrad of Montferrat and mother of Isabella II of Jerusalem

Maria of Sicily (1363–1401), queen regnant of Sicily, daughter of Frederick III of Sicily and Constance of Aragon

Mary of Hungary (1371–1395), queen regnant of Hungary, daughter of Louis I of Hungary and Elizabeth of Bosnia; wife of Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor

Mary I of England (1516–1558), queen of England, daughter of Henry VIII of England and Catherine of Aragon; wife of Philip II of Spain and sister of Edward VI and Elizabeth I of England

Mary, Queen of Scots (1542–1587), queen regnant of Scotland and queen consort of France; daughter of James V of Scotland and Queen Marie de Guise, wife of Francis II of France and mother of James I of England

Mary II of England and Scotland (1662–1694), queen regnant of England, Scotland and Ireland (initially joint sovereign with William III), daughter of James II of England (VII of Scotland) and Lady Anne Hyde, wife of William III of England (II of Scotland), and sister of Anne of Great Britain

Maria I of Portugal (1734–1816) also known as Maria I, the Pious, daughter of Jose of Portugal and Queen
Mariana Victoria and mother of Joao VI of Portugal.

Maria II of Portugal (1819–1853) also known as Maria II, the Good Mother, daughter of Pedro IV of Portugal and I of Brazil and Archduchess Maria Leopoldina and mother of Pedro V of Portugal and Luis of Portugal


Maria of Castile, Queen of Aragon (1401–1458), queen consort of Aragon and Naples as the spouse of Alfonso V of Aragon, and regent of Aragon during 1420–1423 and 1432–1458

Mary of Guelders (1433–1463), queen consort of Scotland, the daughter of Arnold von Geldern, Duke of Guelders (in Burgundian Netherlands, now part of the Netherlands); the wife of James II of Scotland; and the mother of James III of Scotland

Maria of Serbia, Queen of Bosnia (1447–1498), queen consort of Bosnia

Maria of Aragon (1482–1517), queen consort of Manuel I of Portugal, daughter of Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile, and mother of John III of Portugal and Isabella, Holy Roman Empress, among others.

Mary Tudor (queen consort of France) (1495–1533) the daughter of Henry VII of England, the sister of Henry VIII of England, the wife of Louis XII of France, and the grandmother of Lady Jane Grey

Mary of Guise (also called Marie de Guise) (1515–1560), queen consort and regent of Scotland, the daughter of Claude, Duke of Guise; second wife of James V of Scotland; and the mother of Mary, Queen of Scots

Mary of Habsburg (1505–1558), queen consort of Hungary, the daughter of Philip I of Castile, and the wife of Louis II of Hungary and Bohemia

Mary of Modena (1658–1718), queen consort of England, the daughter of Alfonso IV (Duke of Modena), and the second wife of James II of England

Marie Antoinette (1755–1793), queen consort of France and Navarre, daughter of Holy Roman Empress Maria Theresa, and the wife of King Louis XVI

Marie of Hesse-Kassel (1767–1852), queen consort of Denmark and Norway, the wife of Frederick VI of Denmark

Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte of France (1778–1851), queen consort of France, was queen for twenty minutes

Mary of Teck (1867–1953), queen consort of the United Kingdom, the wife of George V of the United Kingdom, and the mother of Edward VIII of the United Kingdom and George VI of the United Kingdom. Grandmother to Elizabeth II

Marie of Romania (1875–1938), queen consort of Romania, the daughter of Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha; the wife of Ferdinand I of Romania; and the mother of Carol II of Romania

Maria of Yugoslavia (1900–1961), queen consort of Yugoslavia, the daughter of Ferdinand I of Romania and Marie of Edinburgh, and the mother of Peter II of Yugoslavia

Princess Laetitia Maria of Belgium, Archduchess of Austria-Este (2003)

Princess Maria Antonia of Naples and Sicily (1784–1806), Princess of Asturias

Princess Maria Beatrice of Savoy (1943), youngest daughter of Italy's last king and his queen

Princess Maria Clotilde of Savoy (1843–1911), Italian princess

Princess Maria da Gloria of Orléans-Braganza (born 1946), Duchess of Segorbe

Princess Maria Francesca of Savoy (1914–2000), Italian princess

Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy (born 1940), daughter of Umberto II

Princess Maria of Greece and Denmark (1876–1940), 5th child of George I of Greece and Olga Konstantinovna of Russia

Princess Maria Josepha of Saxony (1867–1944), mother of Emperor Karl I of Austria

Princess Maria Laura of Belgium, Archduchess of Austria-Este (born 1988)

Princess Maria Manuela of Asturias (1527–1545), Portuguese princess

Princess Maria of Romania (born 1964), youngest daughter and fifth child of Michael I and Queen Anne

Princess Maria of Romania (1870-1874), only child of Carol I of Romania and Elisabeth of Wied

Princess Maria Tatiana of Yugoslavia (born 1957), first child of Prince Andrej of Yugoslavia and Princess Christina of Hesse-Kassel

Princess Maria Teresa of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (1867–1909), child of Lodovico, Count of Trani and Mathilde Ludovika

Maria Luisa of Savoy (1688–1714), queen consort of Spain, the daughter of Victor Amadeus II of Savoy, first wife of Philip V of Spain, mother of Louis and Ferdinand VI of Spain

Maria Eutokia Toaputeitou (died 1869), queen consort of Mangareva, second wife of Maputeoa, mother of Joseph Gregorio II

Princess Marie-Esméralda of Belgium, Lady Moncada (Marie-Esméralda Adelaide Lilian Anne Léopoldine)(1956) the youngest child of the late Leopold III of Belgium and his second wife, Lilian Baels, Princess of Réthy.


Princess Marie-Christine of Belgium (Marie-Christine Daphné Astrid Elisabeth Léopoldine)(1951) The elder daughter of the late Leopold III of Belgium and his second wife, Lilian Baels, Princess of Réthy.

Archduchess Marie Astrid of Austria (née Princess Marie Astrid of Luxembourg)(1954) is the elder daughter and eldest child of Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg and Joséphine-Charlotte of Belgium, and the wife of Archduke Carl Christian of Austria.

Archduchess Marie Christine Anne Astrid Zita Charlotte of Austria (1983), Countess of Limburg-Stirum after her marriage. Eldest child of Archduchess Marie Astrid of Austria & Archduke Carl Christian of Austria.

Maria Stella of Austria (2013) Eldest child and daughter of Archduke Imre Emanuel Simeon Jean Carl Marcus d'Aviano of Austria (1985) and his wife Kathleen Elizabeth Walker (1986)

Maria Teresa (née María Teresa Mestre y Batista)(1956), is the spouse of Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg.

Princess Marie-Gabrielle Cécile Charlotte Sophie of Nassau (1986) daughter of prince Jean of Luxembourg (1957) and his 1st wife Hélène Suzanna Vestur (1958)

Princess Maria-Anunciata Astrid Joséphine Veronica of Liechtenstein (1985) the eldest daughter of Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein (née Princess Margaretha of Luxembourg)(1957) and her husband Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein (1947).

Princess Marie-Astrid Nora Margarita Veronica of Liechtenstein (1987). The youngest daughter of Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein (née Princess Margaretha of Luxembourg)(1957) and her husband Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein (1947).

Princess Marie of Denmark, Countess of Monpezat, (née Marie Agathe Odile Cavallier)(1976) is the second wife of Prince Joachim of Denmark. And the mother of his 2 youngest children.

Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark, Countess of Monpezat (Mary Elizabeth; née Donaldson)(1972) is the wife of Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark. Frederik is the heir apparent to the throne, which means that should Frederik succeed, she will automatically become Queen of Denmark. The couple has 4 children.

Alaïa-Maria Irene Cécile Brenninkmeijer (2014) daughter of Princess Maria Carolina Christina of Bourbon-Parma, Marchioness of Sala (1974) and her husband Albert Brenninkmeijer (1974).

Princess Maria Teresa of Bourbon-Parma (1933) daughter of Prince Xavier of Bourbon-Parma (1889-1977) and his wife Madeleine de Bourbon-Busset (1898-1984)

Princess Maria de las Nieves of Bourbon-Parma (1937) daughter of Prince Xavier of Bourbon-Parma (1889-1977) and his wife Madeleine de Bourbon-Busset (1898-1984)

Princess Marie-Françoise of Bourbon-Parma (1928)  daughter of Prince Xavier of Bourbon-Parma (1889-1977) and his wife Madeleine de Bourbon-Busset (1898-1984) Married Prince Edouard de Lobkowicz (1926–2010).

Princess Mary of Great Britain (1723–1772), daughter of George II of Great Britain

Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester and Edinburgh (1776–1857), daughter of George III of the United Kingdom

Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge (1833–1897), granddaughter of George III of the United Kingdom

Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood (1897–1965), daughter of George V of the United Kingdom

Mary, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange (1631–1660), daughter of Charles I of England

Queen Mary II of England (1662-1694), daughter of James VII and II, queen of Scotland & Ireland, wife of King William III, of the House of Orange, and joint ruler with him

Mary Tudor, Queen of France (1496–1533), daughter of Henry VII of England

Queen Mary I of England (1516–1558),known as "Princess Mary" before her accession

Princess Mary of England (1605–1607), daughter of James VI and I

Princess Marie of Baden (1782–1808), daughter of Charles Louis, Hereditary Prince of Baden; wife of Frederick William, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel

Princess Marie of Baden (1817–1888), daughter of Charles I, Grand Duke Prince of Baden and wife of William Hamilton, 11th Duke of Hamilton

Princess Marie of Baden (1834–1899), daughter of Leopold, Grand Duke of Baden; wife of Ernst Leopold, 4th Prince of Leiningen

Princess Marie of Baden (1865-1939), daughter of Prince Wilhelm of Baden and later Duchess of Anhalt as the wife of Friedrich II

Princess Marie Alexandra of Baden (1902–1944), daughter of Prince Maximilian of Baden and wife of Prince Wolfgang of Hesse, the would-be heir of the Finnish throne

Marie Aglaé, Princess of Liechtenstein (born a Countess Kinsky of Wchinitz and Tettau, Czech: hraběnka Kinská z Vchynic a Tetova, German: Gräfin Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau)(1940) is current Princess consort of Liechtenstein as the wife of Prince Hans Adam II of Liechtenstein.

Princess Marie Bonaparte (1882 – 1962), known as Princess George of Greece and Denmark upon her marriage, was a French author and psychoanalyst, closely linked with Sigmund Freud She was the only child of Prince Roland Bonaparte (1858 – 1924) and Marie-Félix Blanc (1859–1882).

Princess Marie-Cécile of Prussia (Marie-Cécile Kira Viktoria Luise) (1942) is the daughter of Louis Ferdinand, Prince of Prussia, and his wife, Grand Duchess Kira Kirillovna of Russia. In 1965 Princess Marie-Cécile married Duke Friedrich August of Oldenburg. They did have three children, before divorcing in 1989.


Duchess Maria Assunta of Oldenburg (2007) Daughter of Duke Paul-Wladimir of Oldenburg (Paul-Wladimir Nikolaus Louis-Ferdinand Peter Max Karl-Emich)(1969) and his wife Maria del Pilar Méndez de Vigo y Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg (1970). In paternal line a granddaughter of Princess Marie-Cécile of Prussia & Duke Friedrich August of Oldenburg.

Maria del Pilar Méndez de Vigo y Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg (1970) granddaughter of Karl, 8th Prince of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg.

Marie of Orléans (1457–1493), daughter of Charles, Duke of Orléans (1394–1465), sister of Louis XII

Marie d'Orleans-Longueville, Duchess de Nemours (1625–1707), daughter of Duke of Longueville, stepdaughter of Anne Genevieve of Bourbon-Condé

Marie Louise d'Orléans (1662–1689), eldest daughter of Philippe de France and Princess Henrietta Anne of England; later Queen of Spain as wife of Charles II

Princess Marie Louise Élisabeth d'Orléans (1695–1719), daughter of Philippe II, Duke of Orléans, wife of Charles, Duke of Berry (1686–1714)

Maria Amalia of Naples and Sicily (1782–1866), who became Duchess of Orléans

Princess Marie of Orléans (1813–1839), daughter of Louis-Philippe of France (1773–1850) and Maria Amalia of Naples and Sicily

Princess Marie Isabelle of Orléans (1848–1919)

Marie of Orléans (1865–1909), cousin of the above and daughter of Robert, Duke of Chartres

Princess Marie Louise of Orléans (1896–1973), daughter of Prince Emmanuel, Duke of Vendôme and Princess Henriette of Belgium

Marie of Romania (Marie Alexandra Victoria)(1875 – 1938), also known as Marie of Edinburgh, was the last Queen of Romania as the wife of King Ferdinand I. Daughter of Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh (later Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia.

Marie Isabelle d’Orléans (María Isabel de Borbón)(1848 – 1919) was born an infanta of Spain and a Princess of Orléans and became the Countess of Paris by marriage. Daughter of  Prince Antoine, Duke of Montpensier and Infanta Luisa Fernanda of Spain.


María de las Mercedes de Borbón-Dos Sicilias y Orléans, Countess of Barcelona (Spanish: Doña María de las Mercedes Cristina Genara Isabel Luisa Carolina Victoria y Todos los Santos de Borbón y Orléans) (1910-2000) A daughter of Prince Carlos of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Infante of Spain, a grandson of King Ferdinand II of the Two Sicilies, and his second wife, Princess Louise of Orléans, daughter of Prince Philippe, Count of Paris. In 1935 she married her second cousin the Infante Juan, fourth son and designated heir of Alfonso XIII. She is the mother of former king Juan Carlos of Spain, and grandmother of the current king Felipe of Spain.

Princess Maria Louise of Bulgaria (Bulgarian: Княгиня Мария Луиза Българска)(1933) is the daughter of Tsar Boris III and Tsaritsa Ioanna and the older sister of Simeon II of Bulgaria In 1957 she married Prince Karl of Leiningen (1927 – 1990), they had 2 sons and divorced in 1968. In 1969, she married Bronisław Tomasz Andrzej Chrobok (1934), they had a son and a daughter.

Princess Marie Louise of Schleswig-Holstein (Franziska Josepha Louise Augusta Marie Christina Helena)(1872 – 1956) was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria. Daughter of  Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, the third son of Duke Christian of Schleswig-Holstein and Countess Louise of Danneskjold-Samsøe and Princess Helena, the fifth child and third daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. In 1891, Princess Marie Louise married Prince Aribert of Anhalt (1866 – 1933). The marriage was annulled in 1900 by Ariberts father. Marie Louise never remarried.

Princess Marie of Hanover (German: Marie Ernestine Josephine Adolphine Henrietta Theresa Elizabeth Alexandrina Prinzessin von Hannover und Cumberland)(1849 – 1904) was the younger daughter of King George V of Hanover and of his wife, Princess Marie of Saxe-Altenburg.

Princess Marie of Hesse and by Rhine (Prinzessin Marie Viktoria Feodore Leopoldine von Hessen und bei Rhein)(1874 –  1878) She was the youngest child and fifth daughter of Ludwig IV, the Grand Duke of Hesse and his first wife Princess Alice of the United Kingdom.

Princess Marie of Hornes (1704–1736), daughter of Thomas Bruce, 3rd Earl of Elgin and Charlotte Jacqueline d' Argenteau, comtesse d'Esneux.

Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia (1786–1859), daughter of Paul I of Russia and wife Charles Frederick, Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach

Princess Marie of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1808–1877), daughter of Charles Frederick, Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach and wife of Prince Charles of Prussia

Princess Marie Alexandrine of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, daughter of Charles Alexander, Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach and wife of Princess Heinrich VII Reuss of Köstritz

Princess Marie of Schaumburg-Lippe (1945), daughter of Prince Christian of Schaumburg-Lippe and Princess Feodora of Denmark


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Marie Adélaïde of Savoy, Princess of Savoy (1685 –  1712) was the wife of Louis, Dauphin of France, Duke of Burgundy. She was the eldest daughter of Duke Victor Amadeus II of Savoy and of Anne Marie d'Orléans.

Maria Antonia of Parma (Maria Antonia Giuseppa Walburga Anna Luisa Vicenza Margherita Caterina)(1774 – 1841) was a Princess of Parma, daughter of Duke Ferdinand I of Parma and his wife, Archduchess Maria Amalia of Austria.

Marie-Chantal, Crown Princess of Greece (Marie-Chantal Claire; née Miller)(1968) is the wife of Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece, son of Constantine II of Greece and Anne-Marie of Denmark. Her husband is the heir apparent to the defunct throne of Greece, as the monarchy was abolished in 1973. She is the 2nd daughter of  Robert Warren Miller, an American-born British businessman, and wife María Clara "Chantal" Pesantes Becerra, an Ecuadorian.

Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark (1996) is the eldest child and only daughter of Marie-Chantal, Crown Princess of Greece and Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece.

Louisa Maria Teresa Stuart (1692 – 1712), known to Jacobites as Princess Royal, was the last child of James II and VII (1633–1701), the deposed king of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and of his queen, Mary of Modena. In English, she was called Louisa Maria and Louise Marie in French.

Countess Marie Gabrielle von und zu Arco-Zinneberg (1992) youngest child and daughter of Archduchess Maria Beatrice of Austria-d'Este (1954) and Count Riprand of Arco-Zinneberg.

Maria Beatrice of Austria-d'Este (1954) Eldest child and daughter of Archduke Robert, Archduke of Austria-Este (1915 – 1996) (the second son of Emperor Karl I and Empress Zita of Austria) and Princess Margherita of Savoy-Aosta (1930). Married to Count Riprand of Arco-Zinneberg, with whom she had 6 daughters.

Princess Maria Laura of Belgium, Archduchess of Austria-Este (Maria Laura Zita Beatrix Gerhard)(1988) is the second child and oldest daughter of Lorenz, Archduke of Austria-Este and Princess Astrid of Belgium.

Princess Luisa Maria of Belgium, Archduchess of Austria-Este (Luisa Maria Anna Martine Pilar)(1995) is the fourth child and second daughter of Lorenz, Archduke of Austria-Este, and Princess Astrid of Belgium.

Princess Laetitia Maria of Belgium, Archduchess of Austria-Este (Laetitia Maria Nora Anna Joachim Zita)(2003) is the third daughter and youngest child of Lorenz, Archduke of Austria-Este and Princess Astrid of Belgium.

Countess Maria Anna Czarnocki-Lucheschi (2002) daughter of Archduchess Isabella of Austria-Este (1963) and Count Andrea Czarnocki-Lucheschi.

Archduchess Maria of Austria (1953) Daughter of Archduke Felix of Austria (son of  Emperor Karl I and Empress Zita of Austria) and Princess and Duchess Anna-Eugénie of Arenberg (1925–1997). She married in 1980 Vollrad-Joachim Ritter und Edler von Poschinger (1952).

Princess Anna Maria of Auersperg-Trautson (1997) The adopted daughter of Archduchess Maria Constanza of Austria (1957) and Franz Josef, Prince (Fürst) von Auersperg-Trautson.

Archduchess Maria Constanza of Austria (1957) Youngest child and daughter of Archduke Karl Ludwig of Austria and  Princess Yolande of Ligne (1923).

Archduchess Maria Anna Charlotte Zita Elisabeth Regina Therese of Austria (1954) Daughter of Archduke Rudolf of Austria and his 1st wife Countess Xenia Czernichev-Besobrasov. In 1981 married to Prince Peter Galitzine (1955). They have 6 children

Princess Maria Galitzine (1988) Daughter of Archduchess Maria Anna Charlotte Zita Elisabeth Regina Therese of Austria and Prince Peter Galitzine. she married Rishi Singh in 2017, they have a son

Archduchess Catharina-Maria Johanna Zita Sophie Caspara of Austria (1972) Only child and daughter of Archduke Rudolf of Austria and his 2nd wife  Princess Anna Gabriele von Wrede (1940) married Count Massimiliano Secco di Aragona (1967). They have 3 sons.
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Floral Names   
 
Flora Alexandra Ogilvy is the daughter of James Ogilvy, the son of Princess Alexandra of Kent.     
 
Diane Marie Violette Francoise, Princess de Faucigny-Lucinge was born July 16, 1922.
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Floral Names   
 
Flora Alexandra Ogilvy is the daughter of James Ogilvy, the son of Princess Alexandra of Kent.     
 
Diane Marie Violette Francoise, Princess de Faucigny-Lucinge was born July 16, 1922.

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Floral Names   
 
Flora Alexandra Ogilvy is the daughter of James Ogilvy, the son of Princess Alexandra of Kent.     
 
Diane Marie Violette Francoise, Princess de Faucigny-Lucinge was born July 16, 1922.

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« Reply #416 on: February 19, 2020, 10:53:06 PM »

How often is a Prince named Hartmann? Hartmann (1263-1281) was the son of Holy Roman Emperor Rudolph I.
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« Reply #417 on: February 26, 2020, 11:12:35 AM »

How often is a Prince named Hartmann? Hartmann (1263-1281) was the son of Holy Roman Emperor Rudolph I.

Prince Hartmann V of Liechtenstein (1613-1686),  the eldest son of the Prince of Empire Gundakar, younger brother of Charles I of Liechtenstein, and his first wife Agnes daughter of Ennon III of East Frisia. In 1640, he married Sidonie-Elisabeth de Salm-Reifferscheidt (1623 - 1688). From this union issue was born.


Hartmann IV von Liechtenstein Liechtenstein-Nikolsburg (1544-1585)

Hartmann of Liechtenstein (? - 1541), the son of  Georg V of Liechtenstein  (d1484) and Agnäs von Eckartsau (d. ca. 1515)




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Countess Eloise of Oranje-Nassau, Jonkvrouwe van Amsberg (Eloise Beatrix Sophie Laurence); (2002) is the first child and daughter of Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands. She is a member of the Dutch royal family and currently fifth in the line of succession to the Dutch throne.


Eloise Olivia Katherine Taylor (2003) eldest daughter and 3 child of Lady Helen Marina Lucy Windsor and Timothy Verner Taylor.


Lady Eloise Gordon-Lennox (2000), daughter of Charles Gordon-Lennox, 11th Duke of Richmond and his 2nd wife the Honourable Janet Elizabeth Astor.
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Princess Thyra of Denmark (1853 – 1933) was the youngest daughter and fifth child of Christian IX of Denmark and Louise of Hesse-Kassel. In 1878, she married Ernest Augustus, the exiled heir to the Kingdom of Hanover, they had 6 children.

Duchess Thyra of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1919 –1981), daughter of Princess Alexandra of Hanover and Cumberland (German: Alexandra Louise Marie Olga Elisabeth Therese Vera Prinzessin von Hannover und Cumberland)(1882 – 1963) and Frederick Francis IV, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1882–1945). A maternal granddaughter of Princess Thyra of Denmark.

Tyra of Sweden, daughter of the Norse noble Styrbjörn the Strong

Thyra, Princess Heinrich of Hanover (née von Westernhagen)(1973) is a German forester. As the wife of Prince Heinrich of Hanover, she is a princess of the House of Hanover.She is the daughter of Burghard von Westernhagen, a medical doctor, and Uta Maria von Pape.She is a member of the von Westernhagen family, a Junker family who were part of the landed nobility of Thuringia.She married Prince Heinrich of Hanover in 1999. They have 3 children.

Thyra von Solodkoff (1989) daughter of Duchess Donata of Mecklenburg (1956) & Alexander von Solodkoff
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